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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This cell yesterday's indictment says Michael Thomas and told but no well or choose of logging time for patrol patrolling the cells at the metropolitan correctional center prosecutors say they were actually sleeping and browsing the internet the indictment also tries to dispel some theories surrounding abstain staff the charging documents go out of their way to say that nobody else was seen entering or leaving Jeffrey abstain cell in this eight hour period when he was left unsupervised allegedly by these two guards and the bureau of prisons chief Kathleen hawks Sawyer testified on Capitol Hill as these charges were being unsealed that there is no contrary evidence to the corners conclusion that Jeffrey up steam died of suicide and that is ABC's Erin to Turkey wells ten nineteen and just about everyone loves those cute playful fuzzy puppyfind at the shelter the pet store even on the internet but what about all those older dog sitting in shelters around the country just waiting for you to come and take them home well November is adopt a senior dog month and the animal rescue league is hoping to get the word out these fuzzy friends no longer get passed over tightness of beautiful seven year old German shepherd whose owner surrendered him to the animal rescue league here in Dedham he is one of several older dogs available for adoption at the A. R. L. during this adopt a senior dog month spokesman Mike to fina says puppies are always the show stoppers with senior dogs often being overlooked but to fina says there's a lot of benefits to adopting an older dog more often that you know what you're getting behavior wise they're already develops in that regard most senior animals how strange they know their basic commands and they typically don't have the energy levels of younger dog they're gonna spend more time lounging sitting and just be comfortable with you and contrary to popular belief an older dog can learn new tricks Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio and it took a long time but this story of a missing cat has a very happy ending a family in Portland Oregon has been reunited with its missing cat there should have been gone for five years and was found a few days ago wandering the streets of Santa Fe New Mexico twelve hundred miles away an animal shelter took the black cat in and checked its micro chip to help track down the owner Victor Yusof and his family use all says they never thought they'd see the cat again Steve case then CBS news check traffic next you're listening to WBZ ten thirty one oh seven point nine two available everywhere with the number one for podcasting and on hundreds of devices like a like a little home Xbox and so on WBZ Boston's news radio I heart radio station here's an important question what do you want out of your investments gross income or maybe it's just to conserve what you currently have as stages in your life change so should your investments are you asking yourself it's not how much I earn that how much I keep or maybe or okay with the ups and downs of the market and more interested in that number in the future remember it's not what investments you won't but why you has your adviser been meeting with you on a regular basis do.

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Two jail guards for Jeffrey Epstein charged with cover-up in his suicide

Chuck and Kelly

03:08 min | 3 years ago

Two jail guards for Jeffrey Epstein charged with cover-up in his suicide

"Some big developments Kelly in the death of Jeffrey Epstein to jail guards responsible for monitoring in the ninety according to the corner killed himself they've not been criminally charged in this case yeah they are accused of falsifying the records because they weren't supervising him the day before he had been moved off of suicide watch when you're on suicide watch a twenty four hour surveillance both in terms of video and a guard right there when they moved him back into the general population they were supposed to check on them every thirty minutes the two guards you were right fifteen feet away were either sleeping or online shopping and then they falsify the record to say that they had checked on him when in fact they had yeah and that's that's that's awful so their charge now I'm I'm I guess I'm hoping I'm not a conspiracy theorist but I still have questions about this case I'm hoping that these actually these these this case goes to trial and we can maybe shed more light on exactly what didn't didn't happen there because people are saying you know how could this happen to such a prominent inmate who was on suicide watch also we know that people allow inmates don't like peta files it after he was accused of being such and also he had a lot of powerful friends who we could may be implicated in Syria Iran so you have all that intrigue all right plus you have his family hiring doctor Michael Baden to do the autopsy and their and their own investigation and he determined that the marks on the neck were not consistent with hanging it was consistent with strangulation there were no cameras ally on his cell at all so there are a lot of questions that I'm not a conspiracy there is either I tend to make fun of those people who are you know I I I do think that in this particular case I could see a scenario playing out where you know what there is a somebody is a has this to the pata file who is you know allows another inmate to come in looks the other way and pretend that they don't know what's going on and there's no camera and there's no record of anybody so I mean or somebody from the outside comes in and says Hey we'll give you I will facilitate a transfer to a nicer facility or will reduce your sentence if you know you you go in there and do what you need to do and and will look the other way yeah I look at it if if I had a gun to my head right now I still think it was a suicide he finally got a chance to do what he did it his future is bleak but but I don't know I'd like I'd like more information of interesting interesting yeah hearing yesterday in Washington where the what one of the committee's handling it is looking into and they they they talk to the the head of the prisons there care of Kathleen hawks Sawyer she appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee and she was not asked about hello all things in the federal prison system including the F. sting case in in this exchange with the committee chair Lindsey Graham senator from South Carolina they they were talking about this conspiracy theory and she confirmed that there is the FBI is looking into a quote unquote criminal enterprise possibility with the case this high profile there's got to be their major malfunction the system are criminal enterprise it for that to allow this to happen so are you looking at both the FBI looking at both if the FBI is involved and they are looking criminal enterprise yes so I mean that is sort of obvious but it's interesting the FBI does have a formal investigation those are the two possibilities either there was incompetence or something

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"I it's going to be awhile before students will return to class at a southern California high school the site of a deadly shooting last week students however returned briefly today to Saugus high school in Santa Clarita together they belong for the first time since the shooting that left fifteen year old greasy mall burger and fourteen year old Dominic Blackwell dad students are returning to campus but only briefly to retrieve belongings like backpacks in cell phones that they dropped as they were running from gunfire later this week students will be offered counseling and emotional support on campus even though classes will resume until December ABC's Alex stone two corrections officers facing federal charges in a high profile suicide Delano well in Michael Thomas allegedly falsified records to make it look like they checked on Jeffrey Epstein another MCC Manhattan inmates when they did not senator Mike Lee pressed bureau of prisons chief Kathleen hawks Sawyer about it during a congressional hearing with that have represented a lapse of protocol a lapse of a lot of thing senator protocol policy following lots of very negative things if staff for not doing the rounds here union said blaming the two correctional officers for Eckstine suicide will not correct the staff shortages that put this chain of events in place Aron Kader ski ABC news New York the White House is gearing up for Christmas First Lady melania trump is going to receive the official White House Christmas tree on Monday afternoon this is ABC news Priscilla suffered endlessly from gluten intolerance bloating cramping constipation and diarrhea I had to deal with the misery forty long years I've tried everything she learned.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on 790 KABC

"October heating of any effort by trump to press Ukraine to investigate by name he said that vice president Biden was never a topic of discussion but other people have tried to claim that Bulger was one of the people working out Ukrainian of foreign policy then invoke have clashed over what occurred at previous meetings so we'll see what vulgar has to say today bottom line is that none of these people have first hand knowledge what exactly it is that trump wanted the only person who really does presumably someone who's gonna testify tomorrow and that's where all the big headlines again you're listening to mention here I show okay ABC Los Angeles Orange County sixty two Los Angeles just right a ABC news live in local it's four o'clock I'm Liz Warner as two families grieve their murdered children other teenagers at Saugus high school are returning to campus on Tuesday students were allowed to return for the first time since Thursday's deadly shooting they collected backpacks and other items left behind during the panicked evacuation senior Tyler Nelson told KTLA five it's surreal that is scary to walk back in the quad and realize that just a few days ago was a place of fear for students kids will be welcomed back on Wednesday and Thursday for optional therapy and art classes regular classes will resume after the thanksgiving break it's still not clear why a sixteen year old student killed two classmates and wounded three others before turning the gun on himself Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news two guards who were responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein the night he killed himself were charged with falsifying prison documents and were allegedly sleeping on the job at a congressional hearing today bureau of prisons director Kathleen hawk Sawyer was asked by senator Lindsey Graham if the F. B. I. believe something criminal relating to EPS dean's death occurred with the case this high profile there's got to be their major malfunction the system are criminal enterprise it foot to allow this to happen so are you looking at both the FBI looking at both the FBI is involved and they are looking criminal enterprise yes consumer safety group has named the worst toys ahead of this holiday season a nerf dart gun ice cream sent a Nickelodeon slime and a plastic Power Rangers Walmart item stopping a safety watchdog list of dangerous toys the Massachusetts nonprofit world against toys causing harm has been doing this for more than forty years and also says a realistic machine gun a pogo trick board a yeti teddy bear and a poll long caterpillar for infants also makes the list but industry trade group representing the toy industry is dismissing the list is misleading and needlessly frightening to parents saying that all toys sold in the U. S. must be more than one hundred rigorous safety testing standards by law I'm Joe Ramsey a Los Angeles man accused of fatally stabbing a taxi driver in the downtown area has been charged with capital murder Victor Daniel Torres is accused of attacking a cabbie near grand and Cesar Chavez avenues last Friday the charges allege the killing occurred during a carjacking and the dean amends Ellen Kristen bell who provide the voices of queen Elsa and princess Anna and Disney's frozen franchise were honored today on the Hollywood walk of fame they both received stars of the famed walk just days before frozen two hits theaters talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. sports Lakers face off against Oklahoma City tonight the Chargers lost to Kansas city in Mexico City UCLA beat southern Utah and the Trojans host peppered on waves at Galen center tonight on KABC that's sports on the new home of the Trojans have seen used time for to ABC dependable traffic.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mild into the upper fifties in some spots right now in Boston we've got clouds forty four degrees push on Beacon Hill to people here illegally to legally drive a car WBZ's Karen regal with more of bill being pushed that would do just that to Julia colors a pediatrician and is here to push for the loss she says it's a matter of health and dignity deciding between the option of driving the child's without a license to see me or risking arrest and deportation I think that is not a choice that parents should be forced to make and he'll go product known insurance broker for million undocumented immigrants as he would not be who we use today if you've been busted for driving without a license these people my people one dean was one to do the right thing the bill has eighty five supporters it is not supported by the governor of the state house Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio in a court filing this week federal prosecutors rejecting arguments of a suspected Massachusetts judge to dismiss charges including obstruction of justice judge Kelly Joseph allegedly help demand evade immigration officials at a Newton courthouse last year the judge is currently on paid leave the government does not agree with judge Joseph judicial immunity defense saying affecting the release is not a judicial act the United Nations releasing a study on children held in detention around the world were spotted bills Sanford tells us the study does not pay a good picture of the United States this study said that at least three hundred thirty thousand children around the world are being held in detention because of migration issues but nearly one third of them being held by the United States the study says one hundred three thousand children are in detention in the U. S. including unaccompanied minors those with their families and those separated from family members the report also blasted the US for being the only nation in the world not to ratify the convention of the rights of the child a U. entreaty adopted in nineteen eighty nine the report comes out just ahead of world children's day tomorrow to jail guards in New York now facing federal charges it all comes as part of the investigation into the suicide of Jeffrey upstate open well in Michael Thomas allegedly falsified records to make it look like they checked on Jeffrey upstate another MCC Manhattan inmates when they did not senator Mike Lee pressed bureau of prisons chief Kathleen hawks Sawyer about it during a congressional hearing with that have represented the lapse of protocol a lapse of a lot of things senator protocol policy following lots of very negative things if staff for not doing the rounds here union said blaming the two correctional officers for Eckstine suicide will not correct the staff shortages that put this chain of events in place Aron Kader ski ABC news New York jury selection is underway at the trial of a man charged with killing two doctors in their Boston condominium more than two years ago that the mom Texeira is charged with murder in the deaths of Dr Richard field and doctor Lena Bolanos were engaged prosecutors say the suspect had no known personal relationship with the victims but had once worked in the building where the couple lived and that robbery was the motive don't forget.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Calling on authorities in Hong Kong to do all they can to de escalate the most recent standoff between security forces and anti government protesters holed up in a university spokesman for the UN's High Commissioner for human rights said concerned about all of the violence by the young people who are very clearly angry with these deep seeded grievances you know if you saw our friend I hope would be from the woody show tweeted yesterday that he was an eyewitness to a car crash and next hour we're gonna talk a little bit more about this both Nick and I drove by this same exact spot yesterday we're very strange crash where a woman was driving naked naked a six year old girl in the backseat was killed a two year old was critically injured and they haven't found the woman it's a bizarre bizarre story but but not just because of the bizarre nature of it there's been a lot of discussion in my house up in the Santa Clarita valley recently about witnessing trauma like this witnessing something like that that can be so dramatic and how it is deal with it so we'll talk a little bit more about that coming up next hour well the night that Jeffrey Epstein was murdered in time then okay I'm just used to people saying that he died right that he killed himself he got died he got died he got it all right so the two guys that were tasked with guarding him that night at the metropolitan correctional center in New York City have been charged today over their failure to check on Jeffrey up steam they're accused of failing to check on him every half hour and then fudge the books to make it look like they had I think this probably goes on more than we know it right I I this isn't necessarily stand out as something that so highly unusual that these guys are going to be you know put away for conspiracy to commit murder whatever but tava no well and Michael Thomas I have been charged officially with falsifying records they have been charged with conspiracy but not conspiracy to commit murder they will face district judge later today in Manhattan because they were not checking on him at the metropolitan correctional center the night that he died the the arrest came after the bureau of prisons director Kathleen hawk Sawyer testified in front of a Senate Judiciary Committee today as well and this was specifically looking into all of this she said the FBI is involved they're looking at criminal enterprise potentially as the reason or how it is the Jeffrey up sting got suicide in his own cell according to the indictment these two prison employees sat at their desks browsed online and hung out in the common area for a substantial portion of their shift in stead of completing the required checks on prisoners that they appeared to be asleep at their desks for about two hours the indictment says that Tober noble used her computer to search for furniture sales and benefit websites during her shift and Michael Thomas allegedly searched online for motorcycle sales and sports news briefly what I am four AM and six AM they were just fifteen feet from obscene sell the entire time the prisoners not just empty but all of the prisoners in that cell block were not checked forty eight entire hours guards discovered Epstein's body at about six thirty in the morning they entered the tear where sting cell was just after six thirty to serve breakfast to the inmates and activated an alarm after they found him unresponsive in his cell with a news around his neck and.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Year Ryan borough WGN news the university of Chicago is started transferring some of its sickest babies and children to other hospitals as a nurses strike loons nurses may be walking off the job for the second time by next week hospital plans to move about fifty babies and twenty children and it's neonatal and pediatric intensive care units to other hospitals ten a high risk pregnant women will also be moved Schering keep the president of the hospital says if the nurses do strike it's also likely the hospital stops performing organ transplants the younger of two women charged with strangling marlin chill a Lopez to death and cutting a baby from her woman gave birth to a child of her own this month Desiree Figueroa has been in custody since may sixteenth on murder and other charges related to chill Lopez's death the cook county sheriff's office says Figueroa gave birth to a child back on November first buffalo Grove police believe a married couple that was shot to death in a condominium parking lot on Sunday were targeted by the wrist Salant police say they're looking for the killer caught on surveillance cameras and I've identified sixty four year old on a totally mac in the case he is believed to be the ex husband of the female victim just as the two workers on duty the night that financier accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his cell were arrested on federal charges in August federal federal bureau of prisons director doctor Kathleen hawks Sawyer testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham pressed Sawyer to explain how this happened under her watch how could this have happened unfortunately Sir that something is this side the death in the whole situation is still under the investigation of the FBI and the inspector general's office and I'm really not at liberty to discuss the specifics of this case I can discuss issues around I is to shop rations well today's arrests were the first charges stemming from the apps teen suicide the guards were reportedly asleep when asked Steen took his life making matters worse the video which is now in the hands of the FBI is limited Sawyer says her department only recently received funding for system wide security camera upgrade that's expected to be completed by this time next year and the house impeachment inquiry continues this morning as the intelligence committee can share a Adam Schiff asked lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men who listen to that July twenty fifth call in question about the alleged quid pro quo was there any ambiguity about the presence you use of the word Biden there was not I was pretty clear the president wanted to so let's get to commit to investigating the bidens was it not that is correct that is one of the favors that you thought should be properly characterized as a demand that is correct and there's no ambiguity about that in my mind there was not the hearings continue this afternoon president trump alleged to have withheld foreign aid from Ukraine and less presidents Lansky agreed to announce an investigation to former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunter WGN sports now here's David Blackhawks try to add to their legal leading goal total this month thirty six goals in November twenty one in their last four games all wins hawks host the Carolina hurricanes tonight seven o'clock here on WGN the hawks also announced today defenseman Brian Campbell will be.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Merry what's with this company well good morning to you on August tenth Jeffrey abstain died in a New York prison cell and the circumstances of his death remain a mystery as a lot you know the medical examiner in New York finally concluding after a lot of Hemming and hawing that this appears to be a suicide but the markers of suicide are very different than what appeared on Jeffrey abstains body as you had other medical examiners war well regarded establish that now honestly it looks like a homicide to me so it's like a whole bunch of people puzzled and wondering what happened is the security cameras weren't working the security guards themselves didn't do their rounds they were sleeping they forged a log says yes they had done the rounds more questions than answers and tomorrow we're hoping to get some answers as the head of the bureau of prisons testifies before Congress senator Ben Sasse already demanding that she come well equipped with answers for how the most high profile inmate in the country could be allowed even to commit suicide if that's really what happened so those prison guards I turns out had some conversation with the justice department about a plea deal according to the Associated Press now why would the prison guards be involved in a plea deal where they charged with anything well now not yet but it could be that they will be charged with something the Associated Press reports that the matter of forging those records the fact that they had claimed that they had done rounds when they had not was believed to be a part of the trip the deal and at best actually admit that you for to the records and then we'll go easy on you on other things what are those other things we don't now but he says he had a press reports that there is apparently a plea deal was offered and that they've turned it down which means marry that we could see criminal charges for the guards here yeah is that what I thought that was very interesting when I saw that but the story also says that a you know these cars are working overtime because a staffing shortages and they have been placed on administrative leave but falsification of records has been a problem throughout the federal prison system Kathleen hawks Sawyer who was named director of the bureau of prisons after abstains death in a in an internal memo written a note on November fourth it says that a review of operations across the agency found some staff members failed to perform required rounds in in may counts but log that they done so anyway I she said falsification of information in government systems and documents is also a violation of policy may be subject to criminal prosecution as well the memo also noted that staff members who are indicted by a grand jury will be placed on an indefinite unpaid suspension until the resolution of the criminal case which I thought was interesting because to me the combined that with the fact that people who are familiar with the matter told the A. P. about that plea deal I wonder if there has been a grand jury in this already and maybe that's why you had an offer of a plea deal yeah well we're we're awaiting a whole bunch of answers here I hope they come quickly but these things never do of course also prince to injure remember he's implicated in all of this he was alleged to have had sex with Virginia's you Fred Roberts when she was seventeen years old there's that famous photo of him standing after Jeffrey abstain and he has his hand around her waist and and a cast on her exposed midriff dax prince Andrew in that photo he did a BBC interview this weekend and the interviewer was asking him about all of this tell me as you listen to this whether you find him to be credible one of the scenes accuses Virginia Roberts has made allegations against you she says she may even two thousand one she says she dined Ricky Donst with you but trump night club in London she went on to have sex with you in a house in Belgravia belonging to Caroline Maxwell your friend your response I have no recollection of affirmations lead none whatsoever you don't remember me sing he was staying at the house is convicted sex offender.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Listening to the o'reilly update here's is happening across our nation the first aggression Republicans signs on to a potential assault weapons ban congresswoman to leave urging lawmakers to punish Israel after her travel restrictions the Attorney General fires the prison director following Jeffrey S. dean's death Elizabeth Warren apologizing to native Americans for claiming Indian ancestry and presidential candidate I'm Marianne Williamson has some interesting ideas on redecorating the old full office also coming up my message of the day why is airline travel so bad but first congressman Peter king becoming the first Republican to publicly support an assault weapons ban calling a high powered firearms quote weapons of slaughter not needed in everyday society unquote king is sponsoring a separate bill that expands gun background checks legislation supported by just a handful of other Republicans comes home and it to leave urging members of the house to punish Israel after that country cancelled her tour of the west bank saying lawmakers here should examine the three billion dollar aid package the USA gives our Middle East ally turned general bar replacing the director of the U. S. prisons beer all following the death of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein inside his Manhattan jail cell doctor Kathleen hawks Sawyer said to take over the federal agency outgoing director humor her which appointed by Jeff sessions in two thousand eighteen will be re assigned who's with Warren apologizing for her Indian controversy this senator speaking at the native American presidential form admitting she had made mistakes in claiming she was part Cherokee why change her ancestry from white to native American during her time at the university of Pennsylvania law school in the early nineteen nineties thereby giving her minority status in the hiring cycle democratic presidential hopeful and self help author Marianne Williamson offering some interesting ideas on redecorating the oval office Williams in telling supporters she will remove the portrait of president Andrew Jackson the country needs to atone for Jackson's handling of native Americans in the eighteen thirty there is no truth to the rumor that ms Williams and would replace Jackson.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Here with more of America's first newsprint Planned Parenthood says all of its clinics will formally leave title ten the federal program dedicated to providing birth control to low income women a change to the program last year requires beneficiaries to comply with the so called gag order on abortion services something the Planned Parenthood says it isn't willing to do the clinics exit will result in the loss of millions of federal dollars dollars planned parenthood's new leader Alexis McGill Johnson told CBS that without Planned Parenthood low income women in rural areas would struggle to find affordable birth control options the impact will mean that people may choose to forgo care they may choose to delay their care in till this is resolved and that's what's unacceptable Planned Parenthood declined to say exactly how much revenue the organization would lose due to the exit U. S. Attorney General William Barr shaking up the leadership at the federal bureau of prisons removing its acting chief following the suicide of financier Jeffrey up steam in a New York City jail Kathleen hawks Sawyer of veteran of the bureau of prisons will return to the agency to serve as its director Epstein was arrested on July sixth and pleaded not guilty to charges of sex trafficking involving dozens of underage girls as young as fourteen he died on August tenth in his jail cell just two days before abstinence signed a will placing all of his property worth more than five hundred seventy seven million dollars in a trust and emotional Michigan congresswoman receded to leave held back tears during a news conference as she in Minnesota congresswoman L. Han Omari condemned Israel's recent decision to impose restrictions on visiting the country but the Democrats calling for Congress to get involved what is not common occurrence as members of Congress being barred from entering the country on these fact finding missions unless they agree to strict set of rules for telling the rights are being required to submit their itineraries for stop by stop a pre approval lawmakers held a news conference with Palestinian American and Jewish American residents of Minnesota who said they also have been adversely affected by travel restrictions to Israel and the Palestinian territories the long reign is over little NAS axis finally been dethroned after nineteen weeks atop the Billboard music charts with pop star Billy Irish besting is a viral hit old town road I wishes song bad guys spent nine non consecutive weeks in second place before finally unseating the country rap mashup on believable run I like Billy I wish this there's there's something there alright all the all all say that with us twenty three.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KTOK

"Planned Parenthood low income women in rural areas would struggle to find affordable birth control options the impact will mean that people may choose to forgo care they may choose to delay their care in till this is resolved and that's what's unacceptable Planned Parenthood declined to say exactly how much revenue the organization would lose due to the exit U. S. Attorney General William Barr shaking up the leadership at the federal bureau of prisons removing its acting chief following the suicide of financier Jeffrey Epstein in a New York City jail Kathleen hawks Sawyer of veteran of the bureau of prisons will return to the agency to serve as its director Epstein was arrested on July sixth and pleaded not guilty to charges of sex trafficking involving dozens of underage girls as young as fourteen he died on August tenth in his jail cell just two days before abstinence signed a will place in all of his property worth more than five hundred seventy seven million dollars in a trust and emotional Michigan congresswoman were she to to leave held back tears during a news conference as she in Minnesota congresswoman L. Han Omari condemned Israel's recent decision to impose restrictions on visiting the country but the Democrats calling for Congress to get involved what is not common occurrence as members of Congress being barred from entering the country on the fact finding missions unless they agree to strict set of rules for telling the rights are being required to submit their itineraries for stop by stop a pre approval lawmakers held a news conference with Palestinian American and Jewish American residents of Minnesota who said they also have been adversely affected by travel restrictions to Israel and the Palestinian territories the long reign is over little NAS axis finally been dethroned after nineteen weeks atop the Billboard music charts with pop star Billy Irish besting is a viral hit old town road I wishes song bad guys spent nine non consecutive weeks in second place before finally unseating the country rap mashup unbelievable run I like Billy I wish this there's there's something there all right all the all all say that with us twenty three minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news this human resources.

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AG Bill Barr removes acting Bureau of Prisons director after Epstein's suicide

Hugh Hewitt

01:02 min | 3 years ago

AG Bill Barr removes acting Bureau of Prisons director after Epstein's suicide

"I like the fact that Attorney General Barr fired the they had a bureau of prisons reassigning you can't farm that easily because of the suicide death of Epstein Jeffrey up seems to happen because the two weeks ago he didn't say it out loud if the clear subtext the Buck stops at the top of the bureau of prisons and they brought back a long long time serving Kathleen hawks Sawyer ran that the bureau for over a decade and Mister Barr originally elevator during his first term as Attorney General corn the Wall Street journal editorial page which is perhaps why he feels comfortable with moving this quickly yet the fact remains writes the Wall Street journal one of America's most notorious federal prisoners a rich sex offender with ties to powerful people it dad Beijing Mr her which she was the head of the bureau of prisons is a step towards fixing obviously dysfunctional bureaucracy in restoring faith in a public justice system if only the FBI or the New York City Housing Authority face that kind of accountability I'm

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Genuine favorites I'm more impressed with every time I hear him talk people to be up to the judge would be sure to Bob bill handle got a week she was of the red John nor I brown would be so much easier mornings from six to ten KFI yeah in case you can't okay a by six forty of the waiting for that idea that's coming up hi Jeffrey empty news deveria see to happen today is the Attorney General William Barr remove the home on the acting director of Europe is there anybody the trump administration is not acting do you know now is that one person because he fired everybody or they all quit and nobody has any time to get these people are confirmed to the armed I guess for the border prisons guy has to be confirmed by the Senate or somebody I don't know either that or he doesn't want the permanent job he's just agreed to it's it's a temporary temporarily run things but now he's got bounced yeah do you her wits he's been reassigned thank you because this is that bureaucratic gamer why you her weight super wits Adams at the metropolitan correctional center New York were of course at Steen they don't kill themselves they keep talking about problems why can't why could they have a guy walk up to the jail cell and look in on him I mean how complicated is that system that's why I think those guys were paid off I I I that's I'm did you see the name of the woman it's replaced him Kathleen hawk Sawyer middling hawk walk I think you're really watch over the side does it was during the Jeffrey Epstein signed a will just two days before he hanged himself TV I hate given that up anyway apparently he was worth five hundred and seventy seven million six hundred seventy two thousand six of fifty four dollars that's pretty exact isn't it yeah or eighteen million dollars more than the previously stays in court papers I'm trying to get bail on the sex trafficking trials they they will not fail that really sent them into a spiral I think he wanted that bail you can get the back because he was going to disappear probably that's why the judge in given the bail did me a passport to different names on different names from different countries now I it says here the will was filed with court officials in Saint Thomas in the U. S. Virgin Islands where he did own two islands worth more than eighty six million well the difference between the amount the court papers is is they counted his art collection and and other valuables that hadn't been you mean like the Clinton drag thinking yeah yeah like that painting they apparently were other sexually themed paintings click might want to buy that backs weekend is that of a public circulation although I think there's a lot of prince of that did you see this there was story today about how Clinton has been dead banished from politics a note note nobody in the democratic okay so that seems and as a kind of like the final straw now he is so tainted and Faldo remember three years ago Hillary was ignoring him during her I am pain right want him to he was doing his own thing but they do want to say much and they kind of kept them and that trump brought out his to three.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"News just over five years after Eric garner died as New York police tried to take you into custody the officer involved in the arrest attempt was fired today fox's colonel Scott joins us live you're rich NYPD commissioner James o'neill fired officer Daniel Pantaleo after saying his restraint of garner turned into an illegal chokehold leading to garner's death but the head of the police benevolent association Pat Lynch said to what the commissioner believes should have happened is unrealistic four seconds you're going to reevaluate on moving situation is just absolutely not truthful and natural means calls for a no confidence vote against Tony garner's family says they're happy with the firing but five years later is five years too late rich your knowledge shakeup in leadership at the bureau of prisons following the suicide of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein while in federal custody Attorney General William Barr reassigning the acting director of prisons installing a doctor Kathleen hawks Sawyer who held the post previously from nineteen ninety two until two thousand three Attorney General William Barr say there were serious irregularities at the metropolitan correctional center that allowed for Jeffrey obscene to hang himself in a suicide according the autopsy report boxes Brian Yenice Russian president Vladimir Putin says there's no threat from a deadly explosion at a secretive naval weapons testing range that has prompted international concern about radiation leaks several people were killed and injured in the August eighth incident though the exact number is yet unclear an upswing on Wall Street on news of a new trade talks with China the Dow gaining two hundred forty nine points the S. and P. thirty five points higher the nasdaq closing with a one hundred seven point gain.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just over five years after Eric garner died as New York police tried to take you into custody the officer involved in the arrest attempt was fired today fox's colonel Scott joins us live you're rich NYPD commissioner James o'neill fired officer Daniel Pantaleo after saying his restraint of garner turned into an illegal chokehold leading to garner's death but the head of the police benevolent association Pat Lynch said or what the commissioner believes should have happened is unrealistic that's four seconds you're going to reevaluate on moving situation is just absolutely not truthful and natural links calls for a no confidence vote against o'neal garner's family says they're happy with the firing but five years later is five years too late rich your knowledge shakeup in leadership at the bureau of prisons following the suicide of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein while in federal custody Attorney General William Barr reassigning the acting director of prisons installing a doctor Kathleen hawks Sawyer who held the post previously from nineteen ninety two and sold two thousand three Attorney General William Barr saying there were serious irregularities at the metropolitan correctional center that allowed for Jeffrey I've seen to hang himself in a suicide according the autopsy report boxes Brian Yenice Russian president Vladimir Putin says there's no threat from a deadly explosion at a secretive naval weapons testing range that is prompted international concern about radiation leaks several people were killed and injured in the August eighth incident though the exact number is yet unclear and I'm swing on Wall Street on news of a new trade talks with China the Dow gaining two hundred forty nine points the S. and P. thirty five points higher the nasdaq closing with a one hundred seven point gain America.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And K. two five nine AJ Austin over a choke hold on ridge Dennison fox news just over five years after Eric garner died as New York police tried to take you into custody the officer involved in the arrest attempt was fired today fox's colonel Scott joins us live you're rich NYPD commissioner James o'neill fired officer Daniel Pantaleo after saying his restraint of garner turned into an illegal chokehold leading to garner's death but the head of the police benevolent association Pat Lynch said to what the commissioner believes should have happened is unrealistic four seconds you're going to reevaluate I'm moving situation is just absolutely not truthful and natural makes calls for a no confidence vote against o'neal garner's family says they're happy with the firing but five years later is five years too late rich your knowledge shakeup in leadership at the bureau of prisons following the suicide of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein while in federal custody Attorney General William Barr reassigning the acting director of prisons installing the doctor Kathleen hawks Sawyer who held the post previously from nineteen ninety two until two thousand three Attorney General William Barr saying they were serious irregularities at the metropolitan correctional center that allowed for Jeffrey up steam to hang himself in a suicide according the autopsy report boxes Brian Yenice Russian president Vladimir Putin says there's no threat from a deadly explosion at a secretive naval weapons testing range that has prompted international concern about radiation leaks several people were killed and injured in the August eighth incident though the exact number is yet unclear an upswing on Wall Street on news of a new trade talks with China the Dow gaining two hundred forty nine points the S. and P. thirty five points higher the nasdaq closing with a one hundred seven point gain.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Commissioner James o'neill fired officer Daniel Pantaleo after saying his restraint of garner turned into an illegal chokehold leading to garner's death but the head of the police benevolent association Pat Lynch said to what the commissioner believes should have happened is unrealistic four seconds you're going to reevaluate on moving situation is just absolutely not truthful and natural means calls for a no confidence vote against Tony garner's family says they're happy with the firing but five years later is five years too late rich good all a shakeup in leadership at the bureau of prisons following the suicide of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein while in federal custody Attorney General William Barr reassigning the acting director of prisons installing a doctor Kathleen hawks Sawyer who held the post previously from nineteen ninety two until two thousand three Attorney General William Barr saying there were serious irregularities at the metropolitan correctional center that allowed for Jeffrey Eckstine to hang himself in a suicide according the autopsy report boxes Brian Yenice Russian president Vladimir Putin says there's no threat from a deadly explosion at a secretive naval weapons testing range that has prompted international concern about radiation leaks several people were killed and injured in the August eighth incident though the exact number is yet unclear an upswing on Wall Street on news of a new trade talks with China the Dow gaining two hundred forty nine points the S. and P. thirty five points higher the nasdaq closing with a one hundred seven point.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Martin to kero got to world national headlines a neighbor hello Jason thank you very much we have another case of fake social media accounts in an attempt to manipulate public opinion Twitter found and deleted nine hundred accounts it said China used to undermine Hong Kong pro democracy movement in Facebook says it also found a similar Chinese government backed operation on its social network five fake accounts seven pages and three groups meantime in Hong Kong protestors such as this man vow to keep the pressure on the city and Beijing to give in their in to their demands for freedom and democracy there is no and as to how far the government with golden crushing the basic human rights of these people after a weekend of peaceful marches involving more than a hundred thousand people protest's organizers the civil human rights front were denied authorization for March through the city but police allowed it a pre approved demonstration in the city's Victoria park the personnel shakeups bird by sex offender Jeffrey Epstein suicide continues Attorney General William Barr now still replace the head of the bureau of prisons you her wits Kathleen hawks Sawyer it takes over she once served as bureau's director for eleven years commerce secretary Wilbur Ross says the US will put off for another ninety days sanctions against wall way this means rural customers in the U. S. and other customers still be allowed to do business with the Chinese telecom giant under a narrow set of exemptions again for another ninety days Planned Parenthood is withdrawing from title ten that's the federal family planning program set of a battle into a trump administration rule restricting abortion referrals this means Planned Parenthood will reject government funding for family planning for more than one point five million low income women global news twenty four hours a day on air to tech talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Martin to Carol let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having.

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"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen hawks sawyer" Discussed on AP News

"Fires police officer down to count on the in the twenty fourteen chokehold death of Eric garner a mammoth family lost his life that is an irreversible tragedy in a hardworking police officer with the family Amanda took this job to do good to make a difference in his home community has now lost his chosen career that is a different kind of tragedy the Reverend al Sharpton says Pantaleo is firing doesn't end the pain felt by garner's family told this may be good for the city that the city enforces policies this is not some moment of pleasure or joy for the family a state grand jury declined to indict Pantaleo in twenty fourteen federal investigators kept a civil rights investigation open for five years before announcing last month they would not bring charges acting head of the U. S. bureau of prisons has been reassigned after Jeffrey ups teen suicide Hey beat Washington correspondent soccer Madani has more the federal bureau of prisons is under intense scrutiny after reps teen suicide with Attorney General William Barr Randall lawmakers demanding to know why the financier was left unsupervised in a New York jail bar has now removed acting director Hugh Hurwitz who also ran the agency would mobster Whitey Bolger was killed in a West Virginia prison last year he's being replaced by Kathleen hawks Sawyer who's the bureau's director from nineteen ninety two to two thousand three Sager mag Donnie Washington seven out of ten business economists surveyed by the national association for business economics thinks the economy could slip into recession in two years and a beast can assignments and says president trump's trade policy is one reason and the tax cuts and jobs act late twenty seventeen was having a negative effect this is a P. radio news two men with handguns in their waistbands alarm shoppers when they entered the Kansas city area Walmart yesterday here's the AP's breed a fully choppers headed for the exits as two men with handguns in their waistbands enter to Kansas city area Walmart police a bad into the parking lot one jumped out with a shot gun says a witness but it turns out the two armed men were just buying ammunition for target practice a police they were cooperative and not breaking misery loss say officers a Florida woman got a colorful but unwanted surprise when she picked up her dog from a grooming session the Palm Beach post reports that the woman's goldendoodle named Lola was for a buzz cut and teeth cleaning recently at a lake worth grooming center when she picked up the dog it's eyebrows and tail were shaved and dyed neon green its ears were neon pink I'm to acquire maybe radio news individual results may vary when it comes to vein disease and those in Paris and painful varicose and spider veins no one is immune just ask three time beach volleyball gold medalist misty may Treanor I was surprised to see I had been disease I didn't think I was old enough I'm a working mom with three young ones and I still coach I need my legs healthy in performing at their best that's when misty went to vein clinics of America the doctors of being clinics of America specialize in the latest laser therapies and minimally invasive treatments.

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